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Week 2 Sunday Night Football Night Football No House Advantage Picks | Chiefs vs. Ravens

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The Kansas City Chiefs are taking on the Baltimore Ravens tonight, and there will be highlights and big player performances every time these two teams meet. To capitalize on these performances, No House Advantage brings gamers a different twist. The NHA platform offers props for various players at different point levels. The optimal way to win prop bets is by utilizing the Awesemo No House Advantage projections to find the biggest discrepancy between the NHA prop and the tool itself. Let’s go over some NFL DFS advice for the Sunday Night Football game and dive into some of the No House Advantage prop picks.

No House Advantage: Week 2 Sunday Night Football Picks

Patrick Mahomes: Over 310.5 Yards Passing

Every time the Chiefs and Ravens collide there are plenty of fireworks. In the three games Patrick Mahomes has played Baltimore he has averaged 378.7 yards passing. This is not skewed by one big total either, as he has never passed for fewer than 374 against them. The Ravens struggled to generate pressure without running a zero blitz on Monday Night Football. This means that either Mahomes will have all day to pass, or he will get one-on-one coverage with his explosive playmakers. Awesemo projects Mahomes to pass for 315.89 yards tonight.

Mark Andrews: Under 55.5 Yards Receiving

Tyrann Mathieu returns to the Chiefs’ lineup tonight, which is bad news for Mark Andrews. Coming off a disappointing Week 1, he has to face a team he has continually struggled against. Facing the Chiefs three times in his career, Andrews has never been able to total over 22 yards receiving. It has not been for a lack of targets either. Over the past two seasons he saw targets of seven and eight. The coverage has been too sticky, and it is tough to imagine that changing tonight. Awesemo’s prop tool says it will be closer than some may think, projecting Andrews for 54.05 yards receiving, thought that is still under this prop line.

Lamar Jackson: Over 65.5 Yards Rushing

With the Ravens projected to lose, Lamar Jackson could scramble quite a few times. The Ravens may be forced to pass a bit more often than they would like. However, due to Baltimore losing their left tackle and being weak on the edges, Jackson could be quick to scramble out of the pocket, where he has been dangerous. Baltimore’s backfield is much weaker than they anticipated as well due to all of the running back injuries. This makes Jackson the clear top runner on the team.

Across three matchups with the Chiefs, Jackson has gone over this rushing total twice, including a total of 83 yards last season. Jackson also scrambled for 86 yards in Week 1. It should be a busy game for him as he tries to play hero ball.


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Zach Brunner is the founder of FlurrySports and a featured sports betting and fantasy sports expert for numerous outlets. With an education in business, coaching and history education, he has taken a little bit from all of his experiences to give him a well-rounded, unique point of view in the sports industry. Follow him on Twitter @FantasyFlurry to keep up with other things he is doing.

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